Restaurants Worth Trying During Restaurant Week

Posted: February 9, 2018

Worcester restaurant week is a chance for you to try new restaurants or visit old favorites. To eat like a king without breaking the bank. From February 26 - March 10, 2018, each restaurant is offering a 3 course menu for only $25.18.

Out of all the mouthwatering menus available for the winter edition of Worcester Restaurant Week; here are a few must-try restaurants.

Bocado Tapas Wine Bar

Choose from classic, meat, seafood, or vegetarian Paella 

Perfect for a large gathering or an intimate date for two, choose from a list of 21 tapas. The "Experience for 2 people" usually will set you back $80 - but during restaurant week you'll ge the experience for just $50! There is even bigger savings for larger parties. Plus, the dessert menu incudes churros, and who can say no to churros?! +menu


Taking the whole family out for a casual dinner this restaurant week? Peppercorns is your place. With a mixture of vegetarian, meat, and seafood entrees, and choosing from a classic NY Cheesecake or ice cream for dessert - there’s comfort in knowing you’ll find a dish everyone will enjoy on this menu. +menu

Azorean Bistro 

Restaurant week is the perfect time to try something new. This newly opened restaurant serves up authentic Portuguese cuisine and offers over 5 choices for your appetizer and entree. With a mix of unique seafood and meat dishes, you’ll find something fun and interesting to try at this cultural venue. +menu

People's Kitchen

A menu fit for a meat lover! Start off with a Pork Belly Taco, move onto the Wild Boar Bolognese for your entree and finish it off with a Gelato Sandwich. A typical 3 course at this upscale restaurant would cost at least $40 - so your getting quite the deal here during restaurant week. After, head next door to the Still & Stir, which is located inside an old jail cell and serves up some of the most unique cocktails in the city. +menu

Willy’s Steakhouse

You love steak, they love sushi? Get it all at this grill and sushi bar. This asian-american fusion menu has you starting with a seaweed or strawberry salad, and moving onto a sushi platter or steak frites for your entree. +menu

Armsby Abbey

Known for their focus on craft beer and local artisan food, on the menu you’ll find seasonal vegetables paired with your choice chicken or vegetarian lasagna. Finish off with a unique dessert of apple sweet potato fritters topped with a salted caramel sauce. And don't forget to pair your meal with a quality craft brew! +menu

Flying Rhino

Fun, hip, eclectic - that's the Flying Rhino! If you're looking for a fun menu with dishes ranging from kimchee rice balls to zen rice bowls, korean beef BBQ and fried dough - this is your spot. Plus, there's plenty of glute-free options for those with dietary restrictions. +menu

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